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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Last Post on the Tennis Mental Edge Blog

To readers of the Tennis Mental Edge Blog...
You may have noticed that I have not been posting lately. There is a good reason for it as I will explain. This will be my last post on the Tennis Mental Edge Blog. I appreciate you reading the posts and giving comments. I hope you found the posts to be informative and interesting.
 
I have decided to take a new path, I have left Michigan State University and I am closing my consulting business. I have accepted the Mental Skills Specialist position with the United States Tennis Association Player Development department. I will spend almost all of my time consulting and working with world-class tennis players and coaches. For this new position I will move to Boca Raton, Florida to the USTA PD headquarters.

Due to the need to focus 100% on the needs of our American coaches and tennis players from professional to junior I will no longer be posting on this blog. However, I hope to continue to provide resources and posts from my new position at the USTA. How is to be determined, but you can begin looking at the some of the USTA online resources at www.usta.com and at http://www.usta.com/About-USTA/Player-Development/SportScience/. Always feel free to reach out for assistance or just to say hi.

I wish you the best in your tennis endeavors, and in life. Keep supporting the great game of tennis by doing what you do!

Thanks

Larry

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